[SciPy-user] Binaries for scipy created

Randewijk P-J <pjrandew@sun.ac.za> pjrandew at sun.ac.za
Tue Nov 22 09:13:38 CST 2005


Thank-you for the binaries,

Just a request for 0.4.4...

Could you make them "quiet" please, so that we don't get:

>>> from scipy import *
Importing io to scipy
Importing fftpack to scipy
Importing special to scipy
Importing utils to scipy
Importing cluster to scipy
Importing sparse to scipy
Importing interpolate to scipy
Importing lib to scipy
Importing integrate to scipy
Importing signal to scipy
Importing optimize to scipy
Importing linalg to scipy
Importing stats to scipy
>>> 

But for the mean time, 0.4.3 is Great...!! (as I don't know how to make
binaries myself...)

Thanks for scipy and thanks for the new scipy_core

Peter-Jan

> -----Original Message-----
> From: scipy-user-bounces at scipy.net 
> [mailto:scipy-user-bounces at scipy.net] On Behalf Of Travis Oliphant
> Sent: 14 November 2005 05:51
> To: SciPy Developers List; SciPy Users List
> Subject: [SciPy-user] Binaries for scipy created
> 
> 
> I've used the scipy sourceforge site to place binaries for a 
> "release" 
> of full scipy (built on the new core).  The version is 0.4.3. 
>  There is 
> an rpm and windows binaries, as well as a full tar ball. 
> 
> I know there are people out there who would like to try scipy 
> but don't 
> want to wrestle with the install.  The rpms and/or windows binaries 
> might help.  This is the first time, I've made binaries for 
> other people 
> to use. Hopefully they work fine, but errors may be reported.
> 
> -Travis
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